For your campsite holiday in Côtes d’Armor, we suggest a visit to the lovely medieval town of Dinan on the banks of the tranquil River Rance. Walk through the narrow streets of this town steeped in art and history. And if you’re lucky enough to come during the Fête des Remparts, you’ll be thrown back to the days of knights for this festival weekend in July.
Then, take a boat trip to Bréhat, one of the most beautiful islands in Brittany! The Bréhat archipelago was the first natural site in France to be protected. It comprises 80 islets in addition to the main island, also known as the island of flowers, which you can explore on foot or by bike.
Next, head for the seaside town of Saint-Brieuc, the capital of Côtes d’Armor, to explore its famous bay. Climb the high cliffs of Plouha, pick your favourite boat from those moored in the atypical port of Gwin Zegal and, of course, you must try scallops, the local star product!